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May 6, 7:30 pm May 11, 10:00 am Edk Stmlption photo Lewes Historical Society welcomes new docents The Lewes Historical Society held a tea for new docents Friday, April 25. Pictured are (l-r) Estelle Stevenson, first vice-president of the society and new volunteers Mary ELlen Wollen. sky and Chris Cribbin, of Lewes. New docents are still needed in the museums for the up- coming summer season from June 2 to Labor Day. Call 645-7670 for more information. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 71" [ INARS 20031 m -Financial Freedar . with Duane Pope, CFP What ls FinancTPCr:eidn:lu,;,d. e.:Examination of Personal Finance Budgeting, Investments, Retirement, Risk Management ALSO The Family - A seminar to encourage & strengthen the family with Lorena Pope, LCPC Topics Include: Modeling Correct Behavior, Communication, Relationships and much more. Truth & Life Center of Georgetown Marvel Carriage Museum 510 S. Bedford St., Georgetown, DE 856-7170 Society to host kayak trip through Great Marsh May i Paddling a kayak through the glades of the Great Marsh is an experience not soon forgotten. Graceful herons and egrets grace the skies and marine life thrives in one of Delaware's greatest natural areas. For the second year, the Lewes Historical Society and Quest Fit- ness have joined together to bring opportunity to enjoy such natu- ral splendor. Last year's trip was a beautiful one under sunny, warm skies, exploring Canary Creek. Jeff Pattison of Alexandria, Va. came over to Lewes for the trip last year and marveled at the natu- ral beauty of the area. "It's won- derful to know that this area has been protected. There is some- thing so peaceful and relaxing - and then the history of the area is just amazing." On May lO, a free trip will he taken from Roosevelt Inlet up the Broadkill to Old Mill Creek through the Great Marsh. All pad- dlers should meet at Quest Fitness at noon Saturday, May lO - pad- dlers of all skill levels are wel- come. Kayakers with their own boats are more than welcome to bring them, but it is appreciated if they could contact the Society as well. Transportation to and from the kayak trip can be provided. Kayaks can he reserved on a first come, first served basis; to place reservation for the trip, call the Lewes Historical Society at 645- 7670. Journalist Fred Waiters to speak in Milford May 6 The last lecture of Milford Historical Society series will he held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 6, at the Milford Public Library. Fred Waiters of Harrisburg, Pa., will he the speaker. Walters has had a lifelong career in journalism, first with the Associated Press, then with KYW-AM in Philadelphia and KFWB in Los Angeles. Serving Sussex since1967 Browse leisurely through our unique display ... of home furnishings, where no one is going to follow you around, Our knowledgeable expe- rienced sales people are here for you. Choose from dozens of popularly priced manufacturers including famous makers like La-Z.Boy , Serta, Ashley, Riverside and Rowe. Over 30,000 square feet of showroom display. Located on U, S, Rt. 9 (the Lewes-Georgetown HwyO at DE Rt. 30 (Gravel HilIRoad) Between Lewes and Georgetown Showrooms open Mon, Tues., Thurs., Fri., Sat. 10- 6. Sunday noon - 5. ,. 51sed Wednesd. y" " 302 856 6365 or 800 8930307 or email: besche@doLne t \\; \\;\ \\; \